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Sep 23, 2013 12:00pm EDT
approached erin on the suect in the first place. >> is the marina fully enclosed where a stray couldn't come in. >> it is a gated community. >> have you ever had any problems with stray cats or dogs or animals coming in to the marina before? >> not prior to this we haven't. it is not to say that a cat couldn't get in but we never had that problem. >> in the 50 years. >> 30 years. >> never had a problem with urine on a sail, a cat or that sort of thing. >> we haven't but our members are fa diddous about about living by the rules. people don't bring the animals to the marina unless it is for a day. so we haven't had a situation like that. >> what is your process for taking complaints for marina member sfwls it is laid out in the contract if you have a problem or situation with another tenant, the procedure we follow is you write and an e-mail to me and i give it to the board of directors. we have a meeting probably a week later, if possible, and then we will take care of it ourselves. >> so the board of directors handles the complaint. it takes them 30 days to do it. why didn't you do that. >>
CNN
Sep 5, 2013 4:00pm PDT
me and tweet the show. erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next who are the good guys in syria in a shocking new video tonight. we're going to show it for you complicates the debate over the president's plans for military action. >>> plus another shocking report tonight, thanks to nsa leaker edward snowden, the nsa spying on the only e-mails you thought were safe literally. >>> and a fren-year-old commits suicide after being raped by a 54-year-old teacher. he was convicted and sentenced to only 30 days in jail. tonight, the mother speaks out. let's go "outfront." >>> and good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight who are the good guys in syria? there is new video tonight obtained by "the new york times" which paints frankly an unbelievable and horrific picture of the syrian opposition. the same opposition that america would be helping with a military strike. according to "the times" this video that we are about to show you was shot in april. smuggled out of the country by a former rebel who grew disgusted by the killings. now, i've watched this v
CNN
Sep 18, 2013 4:00pm PDT
'm erin burnett. outfront tonight we begin with the breaking news. a record high stock surge today. the dow jumping 147 points. now, the dow and the s&p closed at new highs. you know, i just think this is so significant. nearly five years to the day after the financial crash and crisis when this country is still facing an unemployment crisis, a major milestone and a good one for the markets. well, the reason for the record, the fed announced it would not stop the flow of easy money, and it is that easy money that's been keeping interest rates at rock bottom levels for the past five years. so what does it mean? brent wilsey is outfront. brent, it's great to talk to you again. i know you know this better than anyone. first of all, do you believe in this rally? would you actually buy into it? >> erin, i've got to say i'm happy about the rally, but we've got to be cautious here. when i look at things right now, we have to realize we're at lofty levels, and today just gave us another push above that. if you ask if i believe in the rally, i'm about 30% or so in cash, not because i'm tryi
CNN
Sep 16, 2013 8:00pm PDT
for watching. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. outfront tonight, breaking news. it's 11:00 tonight where aaron alexis opened fire this morning at the washington navy yard massacring 12 innocent people and wounding eight others. here is what we know right now. just minutes ago, washington police chief kathy lanier and mayor vincent gray spoke about those who lost their lives. this is the first time we are hearing the identity of some of those who lost their lives. the pentagon and department of defense have been careful to say we have to notify next of kin first. but you are getting information on those who suffered today with that ultimate loss. >> that's absolutely right, erin. we know these are the first names of individuals whose families have been notified after that terrible tragedy today at the washington navy yard. the names are as follows, 59-year-old michael arnold, 53-year-old sylvia frazier, kathy gaarde, john roger johnson, 50-year-old frank kohler, kenneth bernard proctor and vishnu pandit. those are the names of the individua
CNN
Sep 17, 2013 4:00pm PDT
>>> good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett "outfront" tonight we begin with major new developments in the navy yard shootings. signs missed, outrage justified tonight. today mourning in washington for the victims. defense secretary chuck hagel and the joint chiefs of staff chairman martin dempsey placing a wreath at the memorial plaza honoring the victims. the investigation is moving quickly and here's what we can report at this hour. we have new video tonight and this is a big development, gunman aaron alexis' car, towed away from the washington hotel where he was staying just before the massacre. they're obviously looking to see if they can find any evidence there. in august, alexis told police he was hearing voices in his head. and just three days ago, alexis visited a gun shop in northern virginia. there he purchased a remington 870 shotgun, and approximately two boxes of ammunition. we also now know tonight that alexis had a long record of disciplinary issues. including those eight instances of misconduct while on duty in the navy. and the spokesman for the navy j
CNN
Sep 25, 2013 4:00pm PDT
>> the debate continues online. join us tomorrow for another edition of "crossfire." erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> senator ted cruz's talk lasted 21 hours. plus, the president of iran takes people by storm. >>> and the latest from the mall shooting in kenya. investigators believe there was a mit i can lu-- a meticulous plot. the fbi is on the scene tonight. let's go "outfront." >> good evening. "outfront," heroic marathon man or epic time waster. one or the other. there he is pretty dapper, i have to say, after 21 hours. senator ted cruz finally stopped talking. now granted he hadn't had a chance to sleep or shower or change. he looked pretty good. but it was at times confusing, at times amusing and always controversial. dana bash is "outfront." >> reporter: after 21:19, standing on his feet, ted cruz finally sat down. much of his talkathon was against obamacare. >> it is a red herring. >> reporter: the memorable moments were those that veered off topic. >> i wanted to take an tunnel. an tunn an opportunity that i don't usually have when i'm in washington, d.c. to
CNN
Sep 2, 2013 4:00pm PDT
. erin burnetts starts right knew. >>> the breaking news on the crisis in syria. president obama says he wants to upgrade the opposition. does that mean arming al qaeda? >>> and then within an amazing feat that proves your never too old to chase your dreams. what one 64-year-old woman did today that defies belief. >>> and it has an innocent-sounding woman's name but it far from that. what is molly and why is it so deadly? a special record. let's go "outfront." >>> good 50e6g good evening, everyone. is america going to ward. president obama met with two key republican senators who want military strikes and regime change in syria. john mccain and lindsey graham. the senators say they prefer a more significant military effort but they understand whether the president is coming from. >> it is my hope that even a limited military strike can degrade assad's ability to reject force particularly using chemical weapons but there seems to be emerging from this administration a pretty solid plan to upgrade the opposition. >> solid plan to upgrade the opposition. is that really an america's national
CNN
Sep 5, 2013 8:00pm PDT
. >> that's it for us. thanks for watching. erin burr et "outfront" starts now. >>> who are the good guys in syria? the shocking new video tonight. it complicates the debate over the president's plans for military action. >>> plus, another shocking report tonight thanks to nsa leaker edward snowden, the nsa spying on the only e-mails you thought were safe, literally. >>> a 14-year-old commits suicide after being raped by a 54-year-old teacher. he was convicted and sentenced to 30 days in jail. tonight, the mother speaks out. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. outfront tonight, who are the good guys in syria? there is new video tonight obtained by "the new york times" which payments frankly an unbelievable and horrific picture of the syrian opposition, the same opposition america would be helping with a military strike. this video we're about to show you was shot in april, smuggled out of the country by a former rebel who grew disgusted by the killings. i've watched this video several times today. sit shocking and i want to warn you, it is very graphic. but
CNN
Sep 16, 2013 4:00pm PDT
on in the situation room on twitter. tweet the show @cnn. erin burnett out front starts right now. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. out front tornado. a deadly shooting rampage in washington, d.c. at this moment we are learning more about the gunman. and police have not ruled out the possibility of a second shooter at large tonight. here is what we know at this instant. 12 people were massacred today. one of the suspected shooters also dead. about a dozen others are wounded. we have a special report on what we know so far. the gunman is 34 year old aaron alexis, a navy contractor who was once in the military. he opened fire at the washington navy yard this morning, sending the city in chaos. we're learning more about him including that he was arrested in seattle for an anger-fueled shooting when he was in the military. then, when he was discharged, he was allowed to come back as a contractor. we're going to be speaking to people who knew him well and his religion affiliation as a buddhist. it happened less than three miles from the white house where the flags have been lowered to half
CNN
Sep 16, 2013 11:00pm PDT
suffered today with that ultimate loss. >> that's absolutely right, erin. we know these are the first names of individuals whose families have been notified after that terrible tragedy today at the washington navy yard. the names are as follows, 59-year-old michael arnold, 53-year-old sylvia frazier, kathy gaarde, john roger johnson, 50-year-old frank kohler, kenneth bernard proctor and vishnu pandit. those are the names of the individuals who died in the shooting today whose families have now been identified. authorities are still working to reach out to the other families and let them know of what has happened here before they release the names publicly. not a lot of information about them other than authorities tell us all are civilians or contractors. none were military personnel who were killed. we were told that only one of the individuals that we know of who was killed over at the washington navy yard was a washington resident at least among those names that have been released. >> and joe, obviously, you've said seven names. that means we don't know five of them. and those that you j
CNN
Sep 19, 2013 8:00pm PDT
is usis? let's go outfront. >>> and good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. outfront tonight, the united states in crisis. the countdown is on. 11 days until the government shuts down. so what does it mean for america? >> very serious consequences for the financial markets and for the economy. >> apocalypse every three months. >> bleeding over into the consumer sector. >> it's going to do great harm to the american people. >> hundreds of thousands of federal workers will be sent home without pay. >> this is among the most fiscally reckless and dangerous things you could do. >> democrat, republican, market expert, man in charge of the american economy. washington is failing begin. and this time some republicans say they have a plan to keep funding the government. but only if they take funding for obamacare out of it. now, as we've said before, that is a nonstarter. and whether you love or loathe obamacare, that is not the point. it's a guarantee of a shutdown. and while there's plenty of waste and abuse in washington, the truth is a shutdown does nothing, absolutely nothing about that. ou
CBS
Sep 25, 2013 4:30am EDT
life-changing operation after erin of grand rapids, michigan, was there. >> there was something special about him from the beginning. i was stalking to him and he couldn't hear me. i knew my spanish was bad but not that bad. i started asking around and they said he hasn't heard when he was little be now one had known why. i thought, okay, we needed to figure this out and that's when i started the whole process. >> erin received help from ray of hope medication mission, a not-for-profit in ft. wayne. >> a couple of local doctors here have worked with ray of hope and they had contacted me and i had one phone call with erin and i was on board. >> reporter: the $40,000 equipment was donated by advanced bionics and the procedure was performed by dr. disher at lutheran hospital. little henri heard his family for the first time, his family in tears at the news. >> they look very content and she's about ready to cry her eyes out. >> he hat several more months in america to work on his speech and understand what he hears. the journey may not be over but airplane c
CNN
Sep 24, 2013 4:00pm PDT
another edition of "crossfire." erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >> "outfront," president obama gets snubbed. and the biggest news from the u.n. was not what happened but what didn't happen. >>> a female body has been found among the attackers in kenya. was the woman known as the white widow involved in the massacre? and ted cruz is in the middle of a marathon speech over defunding obamacare. is he tilting at windmills? good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett outfront. president obama snubbed the white house, says it offered to have a new encounter with the new rannian president. iran's response said it was too complicated for them back home. still, both leaders did find the time to send a message to the other one. >> we are determined to prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. >> translator: iran pose noes threat to the world or the region. >> they were in the same place at the same time. so why did not they meet? jim shuuto is with me now. there was a lot leading up to the u.n. meeting. they were in the same place at the same time and the white house made it clear that
CNN
Sep 2, 2013 11:00pm PDT
this, erin. young said all along, they did find things that could be clues and possible evidence but she wasn't letting us know exactly what they found at this time. we talked to the sheriff's department and they tell us that they do no that there was a search. they did not participate in it but a spokesman said that the search party did turn over a few items to the department. what they plan to do now is process those items to determine if they are actually related to kyron's disappearance here, erin. >> stephanie, obviously, there's been so many questions about this. desiree and her father are divorced and he's remarried. that was a big part of the story. has a suspect ever been named in his disappearance? >> it's a very sort of twisted story here, erin but, no, there's never been a suspect named. young filed a lawsuit against terry horman demanding she disclose the whereabouts. she was married to cain, his fair. she was the last to see the boy when she dropped him off at school. and it's important to note the father left terry after he was alerted by officials that terry tried
CNN
Sep 3, 2013 4:00pm PDT
morgan only here on cnn. thanks very much for watching. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next the president scores a big political win today. does that put america closer to launching a strike on syria? >>> then the drug nicknames mali being glamorized in songs and pop culture. also being blamed for deaths. tonight we speak to an addict who tells us why that high is unlike any he's ever had. >>> and a judge is ruling on a taboo subject. is there ever a time it would be okay to say the n-word at work? the judge ruled on this. >>> let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight a big win for president obama. two key republican leaders, house speaker john boehner and majority leader eric cantor tonight say they support the president's plan to strike syria. both were on hand today when president obama gathered key congressional leaders at the white house to try and make his case. clearly that meeting got the job done for some. and the president's hoping his secretaries of state and defen
CNN
Sep 10, 2013 4:00pm PDT
. i'm erin burnett. the president puts a halt on his own plan. president obama addresses the nation tonight. he was going to make the case for striking syria, but his plan has changed rather dramatically in the past 24 hours. from striking to not striking, just like that. jim acosta is at the white house where the president is getting ready for this crucial address to the united states. jim, you have new reporting on what we're going to hear tonight. >> reporter: that's right. you just talked about some of the dramatic changes that have taken place over the last 24 hours. you will hear that reflected in the president's speech. i just finished talking with a white house official who talked about the four themes you'll be hearing in the president's address to the nation at 9:00 eastern. in just a couple hours from now, he is going to first explain why syria is in the national interests. the official goes on to say, second, you'll their president talk about why it is in the national interests for assad to be held accountable for that chemical weapons attack. then third theme will be ba
CNN
Sep 17, 2013 8:00pm PDT
>>> that's it for this edition of "ac 360" later from washington, d.c. thanks for watching. erin burnett outfront starts now. >>> the latest from the investigation into the navy yard shooting. we have the recordings of emergency dispatch just moments after the shooting began. >>> plus how did the shooter get the gun past security without anybody being suspicious? we have some new details on that crucial question in just the past couple of hours that have broken on that for you. >>> and an exclusive interview with a woman who spent time with aaron alexis just days ago, aaron alexis just days ago, face-to-face with a killer. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> and good evening, everybody. i'm erin burr nunett. we have breaking news in the investigation into the washington navy yard massacre. we are hearing now the first emergency dispatch calls from that chaotic scene yesterday morning. we just have those and i want to play it for you. >> we have a report on the fourth floor. a male with a shotgun. multiple shots fired. multiple people down. we have conflicting reports about
LINKTV
Sep 3, 2013 7:00pm PDT
to develop between the ages of 15 and 25. erin chenoweth: in the beginning, i cod care less what i looked like. 's all about what i thought of myself and i was never happy enough with myself. i don't think that physically i ever based this on, "oh, i have to weigh this much," or, "this size clothes has to fit." that wasn't important. it was just how i felt and i thought that the more i removed myself from my state of mind that the better i would feel and that along with that came everything else. eating disorders are complex illnesses. successful treatment programs blend a combination of therapies, medical care and monitoring, psychotherapy, and nutritional counling. erin chenoweth: my friends used to tell me, "well, why don't you just stop?" it's not how it works. you get out of control, and your brain spins, and your body spins, and you have no way of putting your foot down. and the only way i would've been able to break the cycle is-- that's why i came here, because there's no way i could've done it on my own. well, the first thing that we try to do, and it can be quite difficult, is t
CNN
Sep 17, 2013 11:00pm PDT
>>> good evening, everyone, i'm >>> good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett "outfront" tonight we begin with major new developments in the navy yard shootings. signs missed, outrage justified tonight. today mourning in washington for the victims. >> reporter: that's right, erin. her name is bonita bell. she's a scientist with the federal government. she says she spoke actually to aaron alexis three times last week, twice on tuesday, once on wednesday. and while she does not forgive the rampage, she does wonder whether there was anything she could have done to help them. >> well, we talked for about 15 minutes. we talked about southern culture. we talked about the fact that we were both there. he asked me how long i would be there. i said overnight. and he said that he would be there for awhile. >> did he tell you how long? >> yeah. i asked him. i said awhile? i said, awhile? and he says yes, i'll be here for quite some time. i said how long? he said for a couple of weeks. >> so you met him again the next day. >> i ran into him again on wednesday. and his countenance was markedly d
CNN
Sep 9, 2013 4:00pm PDT
. from the left i'm stephanie cutter. >> on the right, i'm newt gingrich. erin burnett out front starts right now. >>> out front, will america lead a military strike against syria. president obama spoke with wolf blitzer today. and we're going to take you inside the bomb lab. >>> and george zimmerman detained by police after his wife said he threatened her with a gun. we have the 911 call with right here. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin bush nit. the president backs off from a strike on syria. president obama tells cnn he's leaving the door open to averting a military strike but that the u.s. must keep up the pressure on syrian president assad. you are going to hear wolf blitzer's interview with the president in a moment. and we hear from marco rubio. did the president convince him? is he on board with this new idea? we'll hear from marco rubio. >>> and then -- >> he can turn over every single bit of his weapons in the next week. all of it. without delay and allow a full and total accounting for that. but he isn't about it do it, and it can't be done, obviously. >> he isn't about t
CNN
Sep 26, 2013 4:00pm PDT
edition of cross fire. erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >> breaking news, the u.s. and russia have a deal overseer just chemical women's. did russia get everything it wanted? the top spokesperson "outfront." plus the international manhunt for the alleged terrorist known as the white widow. was she killed in the kenyan mall massacre? we take to you a major american bridge that now goes absolutely nowhere. it is a crazy and warped site and it is not the only one engineers say is unsafe. let's go "outfront." >> good evening. i'm erin burnett. "outfront," breaking news. the u.s. and russia finally reach an agreement tonight on a resolution at the u.n. to rid syria of chemical women's. but it looks from that russia may have got when whatever it wanted. the agreement would not authorize the automatic use of force in syria violates the terms. according to cnn reporting. the u.n. security council has been called for a last-minute meeting to go over the resolution which is happening within the hour. obviously a significant development. outfront, the state department spokeswoman, jen, t
CNN
Sep 24, 2013 3:30pm PDT
of "crossfire." erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >> "outfront," president obama gets snubbed. and the biggest news from the u.n. was not what happened but what didn't happen. >>> a female body has been found among the attackers in kenya. was the woman known as the white widow involved in the massacre? and ted cruz is in the middle of a marathon speech over defunding obamacare. is he tilting at windmills? good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett outfront. president obama snubbee
CBS
Sep 25, 2013 4:00am EDT
. i thought, okay, we needed to figure this out and that's when i started the whole process. >> erin received help from ray of hope medical mission. >> a couple of local doctors here have worked with ray of hope and they had contacted me and i had one phone call with erin and i was on board. >> reporter: the $40,000 equipment was donated by advanced bionics and the procedure was born by dr. disher at the hospital. little henry heard for the first time. his family with tears by the news. >> she's about ready to crawl her eyes out. >> he hat aft least search more months in america to work on his speech and understand what he hear. the journey may not be over but airplane couldn't be happier with where it is today. >> i had a flashback when he couldn't hear me and he could this time. everything done in the past if you're cams flooding back and that's all it. >> these jesse awee la of ft. wayne, india. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," comedian bill hader joyed us in the stud you. i'm susan mcginnis. this is the "cbs morning news." . >>> good morning. welcome to
CNN
Sep 20, 2013 4:00pm PDT
continues online at cnn doc/crossfire. join us monday for another edition of "crossfire." erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront," the battle has begun over obamacare and government shutdown. the ultimate loser? probably you. >>> plus, amanda knox on trial again. she said she won't face judge in italy. the u.s. government may decide, should this country force her extradition? >>> and 850 snakes found in one man's suburban home. jack hanna explains how it could have gotten this far. let's go "outfront." good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. outfront, closer to shutdown. congress voted to set up the bitter battle ten days before the government runs out of money. approving a temporary spending measure, it would continue government operations, but in exchange, eliminate funding for obamacare. this it was 42nd time that the house has voted to delay, defunneled or repeal own kr. just like the previous 41 times, it will be a number one starter in the senate which means we are headed for grid lock and shutdown. president obama tried to shame republicans today. >> right now
CNN
Sep 23, 2013 4:00pm PDT
. ♪ >>> and good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett. terror at the mall. militants holed up in an upscale mall in kenya tonight. the horror began saturday when extremists stormed the mall with guns and grenades, going store to store, shooting primarily we understand, non-muslim men, women and children. kenyan authorities at this hour say that they have taken control of the shopping complex. there still may be several gunman inside. the situation is still unclear. there could still be hostages inside. we know right now confirmed is this -- at least 62 people have lost their lives in this mass slaughter. citizens of kenya, great britain, france among them. and that number may keep going up as the mall gets cleared. 65 people remain missing. the somali linked al shabaab has claimed credit for it. we're going to show you, tonight, how the attack unfolded so you really get a sense of the space and what happened and where and how they broke in. how they took control of the mall. we are live with the latest. and kenyan authorities say they have control of the mall. do you have any idea how many hosta
CNN
Sep 30, 2013 4:00pm PDT
're's also on facebook and twitter. >> join us tomorrow. erin ber net starts right now. >>> moments away from the vote that could shut down the government. >>> plus the americans say they've thwarted the biggest attack since 9/11. >>> and finally, we're starting to get answers about last night's deadly plane crash in santa monica. one woman said she saw it coming. how? let's go out front. >>> and good evening, earn. out front tonight, we begin with the breaking news. this hour the house of representatives will take a vote that could shut down the u.s. government. right now moderates are staging a revolt. it's a last ditch effort to save the government, but what happens if that fails? less than five hours from now, the u.s. government could officially shut down. it would be the first time since 1995. dana bash is on capitol hill. moderate republicans staging a revolt. what exactly are they trying to do? >> reporter: well, in the next series of votes that we're going to see on the house floor, what moderate republicans are hoping to do is to stop procedurally republicans from going ahead with t
NBC
Sep 21, 2013 11:00pm EDT
on your florida team. - it's still, well-- [knock at door] - hey, guys, any spots left? - erin, you want to go to tallahassee? - i do. i really do. i think it would be a nice way to clear my head. - you know, i don't think it's a good idea for you to clear your head anymore than it has been already. i think you need a workplace where the burdens of everyday life keep you tethered to reality. - either or. but if you can find someone to fill in, i would love to go. - well, it wouldn't be hard to find someone to fill in. - really? oh, great, good. now, is it too dark to say that cece's having an operation? - i think you need to go to florida. - i think you're right. - it's only for three weeks. you know, with my mom and sister at the house it'll be-- - a total nightmare. - i was going to say, "good, because i'll have all the help i need." - yeah, that's what i'm saying. they're incredibly helpful. you're lucky to have them. i mean, with them there, you probably won't even know i'm gone. - exactly. - well-- no, no, absolutely not. you are not going. over my dead body, no. - tunes, i'm really
CBS
Sep 26, 2013 4:30am EDT
any tests. okay, we need to figure this out and that's when we started the process. >> reporter: erin started to get help from ray of hope. >> a couple of doctors had worked with ray of hope and had contacted me. i had one phone call with erin and i was on board. >> reporter: the $40,000 equipment was donated by advanced bionics and performed at lutheran hospital. little henry heard his family for the first time. his family in tears at the news. >> she was very content ready to ball her eyes out. >> reporter: henry has at least several more months in america as he works on his speech and learns to understand what he hears. the journey may for the be over but erin couldn't be happier with where it was today. >> i have a flashback to the first time i met him when he couldn't hear me and key this time. everything we've done the past few years came flooding back and it's all worth it. >> a lot of great people in this world. if you would like to learn more about this story and others like it, head to ray of hope medical missions website linked to wusa9.com. >>> in today's health alert, a n
CNN
Sep 3, 2013 11:00pm PDT
>>> let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight a big win for president obama. two key republican leaders, house speaker john boehner and majority leader eric cantor tonight say they support the president's plan to strike syria. both were on hand today when president obama gathered key congressional leaders at the white house to try and make his case. clearly that meeting got the job done for some. and the president's hoping his secretaries of state and defense had the same effect on capitol hill this afternoon. we're going to be joined by senator rand paul in just a moment who was in that contentious hearing, but our chief national security correspondent is with us from washington. >> today you're beginning the formal request of asking each of us to make the most important decision many of us will make during our tenure in the united states senate. >> reporter: for senators arare chance to debate a president's decision to launch military attacks abroad. the administration's three spokesmen all with very personal experience of war delivered
CNN
Sep 6, 2013 4:00pm PDT
2012, not in april of this year, as they previously stated. >>> thanks for joining us. erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >r >>> wop >>> word t> pplanned fplanned fo plann againp against america if statstates strikes syria. >>>> plus statstates strikes syria. >>>> plu the case of a 54-year-old teacher accused of raping a 14-year-old student that then killed herself. today a ruling on whether that judge can get a do-over. >>> and how did ariel castro get away with kidnapping three women, holding them hostage for more than a decade? the video, the audio of his interrogation revealed for the first time. let's go "outfront." >>> "outfront" tonight breaking news the u.s. has intelligence showing iran may be planning retaliatory attacks against americans if the u.s. strikes syria. this is according to a senior u.s. official talking to our barbara starr at the pentagon and i want to get straight to barbara with that breaking news. what more can you tell us about the intelligence? >> well, clearly, erin, it is something that the u.s. is holding v
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Sep 20, 2013 9:00am EDT
care. >> cnn's erin mcpike is on capitol hill where a vote is about to take place. good morning, erin. >> reporter: good morning, carol. conservatives were commending house speaker john boehner just yesterday for giving them this vote they've been demanding to defund obama care, calling him john boehner 2.0 in the conservative fire brand that they remember from the 1990s but if you listen closely to house speaker boehner's comments yesterday, it's clear he's laying the responsibility for the strategy squarely on senator ted cruz. one of the republican party's most vocal opponents of obama care is standing shoulder to shoulder with his house colleagues, a show of unity after senator ted cruz infuriated senators by suggesting his own strategy to defund obama care can't pass the senate. they accused cruz of having less fight in him than democrat wendy davis, another hard charging texan praised for kru saiding for a lin ral cause earlier this year. just yesterday a senior house republican aide said it's disappointing to see that wendy davis has more guts than ted cruz. now, he used a diff
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Sep 4, 2013 4:00pm PDT
in washington. "erin burnett outfront' starts right now. >>> selling a war, john kerry makes his case for american-led strike against syria. a teacher rapes a student who then takes her own life. and that teacher got 30 days in jail. the judge tonight admits he could have made a mistake. what's next? >>> and the man convicted of holding three women captive for more than a decade now dead. was this justice? let's go outfront. >>> good evening. i'm erin burnett. closer to war. the senate foreign relations committee this afternoon narrowly approved an authorization to use force against syria. president obama sent the secretaries of state and defense to capitol hill to make his case for war. yesterday as you know they faced some very skeptical senators like rand paul. today the audience was even tougher. >> if our credibility is on the line now as is argued, what about if assad retaliates? >> why was there no call for military response four months ago when the president's red line was crossed? >> this is not about getting into syria's civil war. this is about enforcing the principle that
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Sep 12, 2013 4:00pm PDT
at cnn.com. join us tomorrow for another edition of cross fire. erin burnett starts right now. >>> three stories breaking and developing. a six-alarm fire engulfing the famous new jersey boardwalk that was destroyed by hurricane sandy and just finished rebuild. we'll go alive to the scene. governor christie is alive. >>> plus, syria degrees sign on to the weapon ban. >>> and deadly in addition in colorado continue to rage tonight. you see that scene there. one of the most incredible rescues you have seen. three people have lost their lives in these floods. we'll go live to boulder for the latest. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening. i'm erin burnett "outfront." a major fire engulfing a town destroyed by hurricane sandy. you're looking at aerial pictures. this is in the town called seaside heights, new jersey, that had been destroyed by hurricane sandy. i know someone who drove over the bridge right near this as it was starting earlier today and it seemed very small and has quickly become something that is absolutely mammoth. it started on the rebuild boardwalk. firefighters have been b
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Sep 21, 2013 2:00pm PDT
funding for the health care reform law also known as obama care. cnn's erin mcpike has more. >> in the coming week, the battle will shift to the senate. but on friday it was a rare moment for house speaker john boehner, united republicans celebrated their vote to defund obama care. >> the american people don't want the government shut down. and they don't want obama care. >> the yays are 230 and the nays are 189. the joint resolution is passed without objection, a motion to reconsider is laid on the table. >> all but one republican voted for the measure. and two democrats joined them, prompting this exuberant response. >> that's why today when we acted, it wasn't just a group of republicans but it was a bipartisan vote. >> it was a show of force from conservatives who insisted on defunding obama care as a condition for approving a bill that keeps the government running. but their effort is dead on arrival in the senate. and democrats seized on the potential consequences. >> what is brought to the floor today is without a doubt -- without a doubt a measure designed to shut do
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Sep 29, 2013 11:00am PDT
of this story. brianna keilar is live at the white house and erin mcpike is in our washington, d.c., bureau. brianna, house speaker john boehner has had some really strong words for the senate. what's he saying? >> reporter: taking aim at the senate, alison, because as you noted last night, the house passed this funding bill to keep the government open. of course, it would also delay the implementation of obama care, which is something the white house says "no way" to, they've issued a veto threat on. and the senate isn't going to be meeting today to act on that. we expect the senate will be meeting tomorrow. and i think part of this is, it's a game of sort of hot potato. who really gets stuck, perhaps, holding that hot potato when the clock strikes midnight on monday, going into tuesday, and we begin a shutdown, as we could. now, house speaker john boehner, he said, quote, and this is in a statement. he said, if the senate stalls until monday afternoon instead soft working today, it would be an act of breathtaking arrogance by the senate democratic leadership. he says, it's deliberately br
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Sep 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
, will they be able to win over support for a strike against syria? cnn's erin mcpike joins us with that side of the story, good morning, erin. >> good morning, carol, there's two big things to watch for in the hearing today and the first is simply these administration officials have to convince beyond a shred of a doubt there was a chemical weapons attack in syria. believe it or not, there's still skepticism about that. the other is how these attacks affect national security. many lawmakers don't understand what the president is saying when he says this is a problem for national security and u.s. strikes would be helpful in protecting american national security. so two big things the administration officials will have to do to convince congress today. the other thing i want to tell you about is the republicans who will be in the hearing today. we've got john mccain and bob porker, the ranking member of the senate foreign relations committee, who have been largely supportive of the president on this, but there is a big divide, rand paul and marco rubio will also be in this hearing, and as you
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Sep 19, 2013 4:00pm PDT
online. >> join us tomorrow for another edition of crossfire. erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> next, outrage as washington is about to fail the american people again. why the gop is on fire and firing away. >>> plus why is syria moving its chemical weapons again in direct defiance of the united states? >>> and the same company that vetted the man responsible for the navy yard massacre also vetted another infamous figure. an investigation, what is usis? it matters big time. let's go "outfront". >>> and good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett,. tonight the united states in crisis. 11 days up the government shuts down. so what does it mean for america? >> very serious consequences for the financial markets and for the economy. >> apocalypse every three months. >> bleeding over into the consumer sector. >> going to do great harm for the american people. >> hundreds of thousands of federal workers will be september home withosent home without pay. >> this is among the most fiscally reckless things you can do. >> democrat, republican, market expert, man in charge of the america
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Sep 29, 2013 1:20pm EDT
for election. .. there were great admirers of erin smith, as guzman. he in turn was a great admirer of the frenchman, the shock turbo. 1660's and so. so keep in mind that france and england were historic rivals. at war for several hundred years off and on. so good news. free trade peacefully turned the 1850's. but away before france and england made peace with each other you have these two great admirers of smith who in turn admire a frenchman. the japanese. he was promoting the values, self-help, to panera sure of benjamin franklin. >> some of the people the profile in your book. the previous book, why is this -- this is an update on a previous book. >> there will probably be a paperback edition tramp of liberty was more about basic research. the thought was number one to make it shorter, more accessible everything has to be brief. don't give me anything longer. in addition to a lot of updating don't people average about have died. quite interesting. i have about 10,000 bucks. i accumulated them over a long about time. new copy. last 80 years i had no idea what's going on. a great
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